You Made It Weird host Pete Holmes climbs into the pillow fort for wine spritzers, weirdness, ghost stories and presents his Orgasm Theory to Alie & Georgia.
“Portrait of a Georgia Asleep in the Back of a Car in Vegas Waking Up As Alie Is Taking Her Picture,” 2013
Georgia, Elvis, me & our soundgirl under my dress. #vivalasvegas (at Welcome To Fabulous Las Vegas Sign)
Big A&G t.v. show news, some tube top excuses and then Alie drinks liquid lettuce.
WE GOT OUR OWN TV SHOW.
GIADA DE LAURENTIIS IS THE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER.
“THE ALIE AND GEORGIA SHOW” PREMIERES ON COOKING CHANNEL IN JUNE 2013.
You guys. You GUYS.
We’re really really f*cking ALL CAPS happy about this.
Jordan & Jesse locked us in a room with them and forced us to be guests on their podcast. We discussed sexual handicaps, gross cocktails, abandoned theme parks, and animals that should be on a farm. Listen here.
No Flour Peanut Butter Muddler Smoosh Cookies
1 cup peanut butter
1 cup brown sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 cup oats (optional)
Roll into little balls. Smoosh ‘em gentle-like with your cocktail muddler if you have one.
350 degrees for 10-12 min.
You can also toss some chocolate chips or trail mix in there if you want. It’s none of our damn business.
Slumber Party with Alie & Georgia, Episode 13 - Flash Flood Of Sadness
We’ve had a rough month and we’re not afraid to show it. This is our “after-school special” version of Slumber Party podcast, complete with cancer, betrayal, and bottomless pits of despair. We promise to have funny guests on next week, but for now: our sadness - let us show you them.
Check out our piece on our favorite local bar/venue!
Those of us who have lived in the Silver Lake area for the past decade or so will remember the club located on the corner of Santa Monica and Virgil as a sketchy music venue and bar called The Garage. The dive hosted many interesting and fun acts, such as Club Sucker, hosted by the seminal Vaginal Davis; local up-and-coming bands; and served as the venue where comedy duo Tenacious D performed on their short-lived HBO series.
It’s in the vein of the former that the location’s new incarnation, the remodeled and much classier The Virgil, hosts excellent comedy shows on a regular basis. The bar manager of The Virgil, Adam Sandroni, is a member of the comedy community himself — evident by the caliber of shows he books. Luckily for us fans of drinking something other than warm beer or well vodka at a comedy show, Sandroni is also a skilled student in the art of classic cocktails. “I feel that the emergence of a ‘cocktail culture’ is a great thing. If you’re drinking, you shouldn’t have to settle for something that just tastes passable,” jokes Sandroni.
WE RAIDED AN OSCAR SUITE
The Academy Awards were yesterday, but we’ll always have the memories: a glorious Jennifer Lawrence on one knee, face to the floor; Seth MacFarlane looking like a tuxedoed 8-year-old boy dishing up 9-year-old boy humor; Anne Hathaway’s David’s Bridal clearance dress; the pitcher of tequila-lime-pomegranate punch we made to get through the night — and foremost — our first experience in an Oscar’s gifting lounge.
You heard us.
Don’t freak out though; we kind of snuck in, granted entrance by some very nice folks at Skinnygirl. They slid us some laminated passes — and awards-themed drinks — and we were off to peruse tables of products ranging from weird herbal sleep therapies to a phone made out of a glove, free chocolates, cookies we stuffed in our purse, and a bag full of conditioner for very, very chemically damaged hair [cough-Alie’s-cough]. Hollywood dreams do come true.